Late submission of supporting documents

Worried says:
7 December 2015 at 17:28

I submitted a tax return on SARS eFiling. A letter requesting supporting docs was issued but I neglected to upload within specified time. An additional letter was issued 21 days later, when our practice was closed for the December holidays. Once the additional assessment was issued I only realised that the documents were never submitted. I uploaded the documents on the open link. The Sole Proprietor's expenses was denied against his income and now has a massive tax debt. During the year I submitted several Notice of Objections which was invalid due to no exceptional reason provided. The taxpayer has a valid claim. What can I do now that SARS do not accept an ADR for individuals any longer? Thanks

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TaxTim TaxTim says:
8 December 2015 at 16:42

If a Notice of Objection is disallowed, you can lodge a Notice of Appeal. It might be best to take all the supporting documents into a SARS branch and explain the situation in person.

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